Too often, CI firms find themselves competing against larger firms and either doubt their own value, or discount or provide free services to show value.
Financials on your industry counterparts often reveal important storylines. Can you separate fact from fiction?
Does your company know how to compete in the evolving global business arena with emerging entrants? What tactics must your company use to build and maintain innovative cultures, practices and products?
Learn how partnership between CI and recruiting sharing information and collaborating can turn the organization’s talented people into true sources of competitive advantage.
What will a career in strategic, market and competitive intelligence look like in the years ahead? What are the trends driving our field forward today and how can we align our professional development goals with those trends to prepare ourselves for the rest of our careers?
How can a basic misunderstanding of what a “Key Intelligence Topic” (KIT) is become a barrier to mastering the most effective user-needs identification process?
From leading or facilitating 100s of strategic projects over the past 25 years, we saw the need for a better approach to capturing interpreting and utilizing the masses of research and intelligence we gather in which to envision the future and construct strategic plans.
How can intelligence leaders future-proof their organizational structures to prepare for the strategic, market and competitive challenges of tomorrow?
Nova Spivack, CEO and co-founder of Bottlenose, will discuss how the nature of data is changing from static to streaming and from structured to unstructured, and how present day big data analytics and intelligence tools weren’t designed for this new real-time data environment.
Is it possible to put your strategic, market and competitive intelligence function on a path toward higher performance? Are there any universal lessons to be learned from more experienced corporate practitioners that can be adapted and adopted to any program?